Like all the other exams in this series, you will need to purchase a test book in order to study for these exams. The test books are available for purchase individually or can be purchased in a package. When purchasing the package, you will also receive a worksheet and workbook that you can work with. However, it is recommended that you purchase the books in their individual packages as the workbooks and samples within the package can be very useful in helping you learn the topics in these exams.
Before running any of the Microsoft SQL Server database tests, you should back up your entire database. You should do this before even opening the test file so that you can roll back your changes if anything goes wrong. You should only use test files that were created by professionals as they may be more reliable than files that you created yourself. You should keep your test file in a safe location so that you can retrieve it quickly if you encounter any trouble. If you use the test file on your laptop, you should keep it in a disk drive that is not connected to your computer for obvious reasons.
Before you begin your practice test, you should open the sqlserverproduction package so that you can create a sample database. You should use the SQL Server Explorer to connect to your SQL server and then select all of the options that you need to connect to your database. After you have connected to your database, you can then connect to the test database. This will allow you to perform your usual database transactions such as creating, updating and deleting your data.
You should then try to create a new table from a custom database. You should then modify the values that are stored in the fields for the primary key. You should then close the text file and then open a database to view your workbooks and then select all of the databases that are available. You should then delete the empty or blank database files. After you have successfully opened a new database, you should then copy all of the information that you entered during the test.
During the final database check, you should open a standard text editor and then type the SQL statements that you entered during the test. The statements should be inserted in their proper positions. If you have entered any error messages during the test, you should open a new screen and type the error message that you received. You should then save your file and then restart your computer so that the SQL server can access the file that you specified during the test.
During the third section of the exam, you should take some time to review all of the created database files that are located in the c:\inetapp. You should then close the text editor and then open a new window so that you can view the contents of the c:\inetapp folder. You should then copy all of the contents from the c:\inetapp folder to the database. After you have copied all of the contents, you should then disconnect the internet connection. You should then open a new window and then connect to the SQL server so that you can create database queries.
During the fourth section of the exam, you should review all of the created database queries that are located inside of the Microsoft SQL Server. You should then type the name of each individual query that is located inside of the SQL Server. In addition, you should type the name of the table that is associated with each individual query. After you have typed all of the names of the databases, you should close the editor and then open a new one so that you can select all of the windows that are located in the main menu of your computer so that you can open the Create database dialog box.